The Tetley

The Tetley and South Leeds

After School Art Club
The Tetley runs an After School Art Club, ‘Art Smart Superstars’, that takes place every Tuesday during school term-time. This enables a number of children from four local Primary Schools in South Leeds, St Joseph’s, New Bewerley, Hunslet Moor and Hunslet Carr, to take part in regular free creative activities at The Tetley. Each team the club undertakes a major project inspired by our programme and there are periodic displays of work created by members of the club on show at The Tetley.

Cockburn High School
The Tetley undertakes in-depth creative projects with GCSE arts students at Cockburn High School in South Leeds. The projects are inspired by our exhibitions and provide curriculum enhancement, increased support, exhibition opportunities and real-world experience of the creative industries for the students taking part.

Hunslet Club
The Tetley undertakes regular art workshops with children in the Kids Holiday Club at the Hunslet Club, a long established local youth and sports club. This has seen around a dozen professional artists conduct creative workshops in this community setting.

Dewsbury Road Art Projects
The Tetley has been working with Leeds City Council representatives in South Leeds and children from St Francis of Assisi, Hunslet Moor and New Bewerley Primary Schools to design a series of banners celebrating the area. These are now hung on lampposts on Dewsbury Road, one of the main roads into the city. This initiative has developed into a wider public art project for the area due to be delivered in 2017.

Tetley Teenagers:
An arts programme for young people at The Tetley
The Tetley runs a free, regular arts activity programme for young people, particularly those aged 14 – 17, with the South Leeds community organisation, Health for All. Sessions are on Wednesdays between 4 – 5:30pm and free transport to and from The Tetley is included. For more details about taking part, please ring Libby Tinworth on: 0113 2725163
This programme is supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation